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Jeffrey Epstein’s ideal type was ‘the youngest-looking girl with breasts’

Jeffrey Epstein viewed women as nothing more than ‘a life support system for a vagina,’ a new book about the perverted child molester reveals. And the twisted financier admitted his ideal was ‘the youngest-looking girl with breasts.’ Reichart Von Wolfsheild, a computer programmer who worked closely with Epstein before turning on him, makes both claims […]

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Ayawaso West identified as COVID-19 hotspot, compulsory testing begins on April 1

A compulsory house to house Coronavirus tracing and testing exercise is set to be carried out in the Ayawaso West Municipality in the Greater Accra Region from Wednesday, April 1, 2020. The announcement made by the Municipal Health Directorate follows the identification of the Municipality as a hotspot for the virus. The exercise will be […]

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COVID-19 lockdown: Soldiers on humanitarian operation but must not be provoked – Nitiwul

The Minister for Defence, Dominic Nitiwul says civilians must not provoke soldiers assisting to enforce the lockdown of Accra, Kasoa, Kumasi and Tema. He said civilians must not take advantage of the humanitarian assistance the soldiers are giving to the police in the operation to incite them or take videos of them. The Minister, who […]

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Bimbilla: MP donates to residents displaced by rainstorm

The Member of Parliament for Bimbilla, Dominic Nitiwul has donated 45 packs of roofing sheets and 50 bags of cement to assist victims of last week’s rainstorm in Bimbilla. Over 20 people had their houses destroyed by a heavy storm that hit Bimbilla in the Nanumba North municipality. Foodstuff were also destroyed leaving the victims […]

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New York state coronavirus numbers soar by 9,298 to 75,795 and deaths rise by 332 to 1550

New York state now has 75,795 cases of coronavirus – an increase of 9,298 since Monday – and 1550 have died, Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed on Tuesday as he admitted ‘no one knows’ when the pandemic will end and said the entire country ‘underestimated it’.  Speaking at a wide-ranging press conference on Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo […]

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This ski resort helped Covid-19 spread across Europe. Officials might get sued over it

Berlin (CNN) — Austrian authorities are facing a class action lawsuit involving as many as 2,500 tourists over their handling of a coronavirus outbreak in the popular Austrian winter sports resort of Ischgl, in Tyrol province. Authorities in Tyrol are accused of having reacted too late to the first signs of the coronavirus outbreak in […]

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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 1,798 as more than 22,000 test positive

A record-breaking 381 coronavirus deaths and 3,009 cases were declared in the UK today, which is now officially Britain’s darkest day so far in the ever-worsening crisis. Some 1,789 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 have now died, while the total infection toll has surpassed 25,000 – but the true size of the outbreak remains […]

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Water rationing in Upper East to persist – GWCL

The Ghana Water Company limited in the Upper East Region says, it is compelled to ration water within the Bolgatanga municipality and its surroundings until the rainy season sets in. According to the company, the increased demand for water exceeds the production capacity of their treatment plant hence the decision. Speaking to Citi News, General […]

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Boy, 13, dies alone ‘after testing positive for coronavirus in London hospital’, fundraiser says 

A 13-year-old boy from Brixton, London is thought to have become Britain’s youngest coronavirus victim.   Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab is believed to have died alone at King’s College Hospital in London yesterday, with family members unable to visit him in fear of catching the deadly virus, according to a fundraiser.  He is not thought to have had any […]

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We had only two vans to educate public before COVID-19 outbreak – NCCE Boss

The resources constraints of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) have again been brought to the fore as Ghana deals with the novel coronavirus pandemic. In a period where the state is expected to be increasing awareness about the virus and the measures it has put in place to contain it, the Chairperson of […]

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Gov’t hints at new budget by July as COVID-19 hits revenue target

Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has hinted that government may present a new budget to Parliament by July this year due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic that has hit government’s revenue target. The 2020 financial budget was targeted at expanding infrastructure, particularly roads. But the Finance Minister announced in Parliament on Monday that […]

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George Alagiah tests positive for coronavirus

BBC presenter George Alagiah, 64, has tested positive for coronavirus two weeks after announcing he was self isolating.  The BBC News at Six presenter is undergoing chemotherapy after he was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2014 and again in 2017. Earlier this month he decided to stay away from the newsroom ‘on the balance of risks’, and […]

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Minority Leader demands briefing from Health Minister on COVID-19 fight

Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu, is demanding that the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu appears before Parliament to brief members on recent happenings regarding the fight against the COVID-19. The Finance Minister on Monday delivered a statement to the House on the economic impact assessment of the pandemic. Speaking in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu said there is […]

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Sandra Ankobiah flaunts her newly acquired big booty-Fans go wild

GHPAGE.com is the Leading Entertainment, news, sports, lifestyle, Buzz website today. GhPage.com delivers captivating and engaging entertainment, videos, and news that drives social conversations. It’s a place to stay up to date with trending content across a growing array of topics with most original content focused on African pop-culture. Stay tuned to discover the quirkiest […]

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Prince Andrew’s ex-girlfriend Koo Stark, 63, loses High Court battle with another former partner

Prince Andrew‘s ex-girlfriend Koo Stark has lost a High Court battle with another former partner over claims he promised to support her for the rest of her life. Actress Ms Stark – who famously dated the Duke of York – claimed American financier Warren ‘Robbie’ Walker promised in 1997 to give her £50,000-a-year, plus household […]

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Kayayei stopped at Ejisu cry for government support after being returned to Accra

Some of the head porters who were returned to Accra after being intercepted at Ejisu are pleading with authorities to allow them to return to their hometowns in northern Ghana. The head porters, also known as kayayei, were trying to escape the city to avoid the two-week partial lockdown that has brought economic activity in Accra […]

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At least 66 doctors in Italy have died during coronavirus pandemic

The U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington, on March 23. Liu Jie/Xinhua/Getty Images The Federal Reserve is opening up another avenue for stressed-out foreign central banks to get access to US dollars during the coronavirus crisis. The new emergency program, announced today, is part of the Fed’s sweeping efforts to keep credit flowing to American businesses and households despite […]

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Jeffery Owuraku Sarpong writes: COVID-19: How jobs and businesses in Ghana could be affected

When the news of the novel COVID-19 came out of China, we all hoped that like the Ebola outbreak, it would not get to Ghana. There were prayer meetings held for this purpose. Unfortunately, the virus is here, and we have to find ways to deal with it. The President of the Republic, Nana Akufo-Addo […]

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COVID-19: Soweto residents defy social distancing measures

In the midst of the lockdown, the hustle and bustle of ordinary days has somewhat quieted in Soweto. The streets of South Africa’s most famous township are struggling to be completely free. In this historic city’s supermarket, hundreds of people line up to stock up on supplies. In this queue, social distancing measures have been […]

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Billionaire donates $3.6m towards Ethiopia’s coronavirus combat

March 31: Al-Amoudi donates towards COVID-19 fight Ethiopia-born Saudi billionaire, Mohammed Ali Al-Amoudi has made the biggest private donation yet to coronavirus combat in Ethiopia. He donated the sum of 120 million birr (about $3.6m) to the Addis Ababa city administration on Tuesday. Ethiopia as of midday March 31 had 25 confirmed cases of the […]

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Mzbel takes on churches and Pastors for failing in the fight against coronavirus

– Advertisement – Ghanaian songstress turned presenter Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah known in showbiz as Mzbel has for time without number made it clear she is not a Christian and has been engaging in fights with some pastors. In the wake of the deadly coronavirus, Mzbel has once again thrown a subliminal shot at some […]

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Ahkan sings about ‘pull-him-down’ syndrome in ‘Bad Energy’ [Video]

Ghanaian artiste, Clement Foh Baah, known in showbiz circles as Ahkan has released the video of his new song, Bad Energy. Produced by Deelaw Beatz, ‘Bad Energy’ basically talks about the evil intentions people have about others and how they scheme, to bring them down. The former member of Ruff ‘N’ Smooth has explained that […]

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Ethiopia, Uganda lead in global searches for coronavirus info: Google

Ethiopia has the highest coronavirus-related searches, according to data from global search engine giant Google. Google’s trending section is keeping tabs on how its users are searching for information on the coronavirus pandemic that has been ravaging the world for months. As of Monday 30th March 2020, Ethiopia was leading in global searches with a […]

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Coronavirus UK: Family found dead in lockdown murder-suicide

A family of four including two adults and two girls aged just three and five have been found dead along with their pet dog at home in a picturesque West Sussex village. The £500,000 property in Woodmancote was home to builder Robert Needham, 42, his mother Maureen, 77, his partner Kelly Fitzgibbons, 40, and their […]

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Lagosians express concerns as coronavirus lockdown kicks in

Residents in Africa’s biggest city scrambled to finish last-minute shopping on Monday night ahead of a lockdown imposed by the federal government. Authorities are trying to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Lagos is the epicenter of the virus outbreak in the country accounting for about 60% of all cases across the country. In the […]

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Foreign doctors and nurses working in the NHS get visa extensions to stay and fight coronavirus

Foreign NHS doctors, nurses and paramedics whose work visas are due to expire this year are to have them automatically extended for free so they can stay and help coronavirus sufferers, it was announced today. Home Secretary Priti Patel said those with permits due to expire before October 1 will have them automatically extended for a year. The […]

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Coronavirus victim escapes from quarantine facility in the North

– Advertisement – Information reaching Ghpage.com has it that a Guinean citizen who tested positive to the deadly coronavirus has escaped from the health facility he was being quarantined. The patient is said to be one of the 10 Guineans who were arrested and kept under quarantine in Tamale when they attempted to enter into […]

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Woman, 25, reveals her boyfriend, 55,  is ‘good friends’ with her father, 48

A woman whose boyfriend is 30 years her senior revealed how women flirt with him in front of her because they think she is his daughter.  Alexa Hendershot, 25, of Charleston, West Virginia, met Mark Blackwell, 55, a graphic designer, two years ago through Instagram and the pair had an immediate connection.    Alexa insisted the […]

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Shoppers spotted buying ‘non-essential’ goods at The Range in Bristol

Shoppers across Britain have been criticised for making non-essential trips to the shops despite government recommendations to reduce their exposure to coronavirus.  In Bristol, hundreds of shoppers were spotted at The Range,  buying plants, a cat play centre and a lamp shade.  Some police forces have been vigorously enforcing the government’s lockdown rules, establishing roadblocks […]

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